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Award

To give a contract to a person or company, especially after competitive bidding from multiple persons or companies. That is, a company awards a contract when it decides to do business with somebody.
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Gosta Vennerholm [*] was awarded the WHM Gold Medal.
However, a close reading of the SBJPA Committee Reports reveals that damages received for emotional distress, when awarded as a result of an action originating from a personal physical injury or personal physical sickness, should still be excludible.
Judy Allen was awarded $75,000 for sexual harassment by her employer.
The Supreme Court held that no attorney's fees should be awarded when only nominal damages are obtained in a 1983 lawsuit.
McFadden Gold Medal is awarded for outstanding achievements, contributions and service to the Industry and AFS.
The judgment was awarded in Texas, a state known for its liberal punitive damage awards against corporate defendants.
Deadline: Fall scholarship audition 08-24-04 Number Awarded: approximately 72 dancers, awarded quarterly Must be least 18 years old
George Di Sylvestro was awarded the TWP Gold Medal.
23 million is awarded through the Workforce Housing Reward Program which provides financial incentives to cities and counties for issuance of building permits for 6,894 new homes affordable to lower income households.
Titles are awarded to winning competitors in three classes: Junior, Teen, and Dancer.
The SILVERDOCS DOCS Rx Jury awarded a special mention to Arunas Matelis' BEFORE FLYING BACK TO THE EARTH, a moving and poetic glimpse into the lives of children undergoing treatment for leukemia at a pediatrics hospital in Vilnius, Lithuania.